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Old 03-27-2008, 01:00 PM
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Thanks for the info. That's a terrific solution. What does he charge for five nozzles and the complete service?
$10.00 per injector. At this time I can only refit and pop test AAZ (VW two stage) injectors. Stock Mercedes pop and balance still OK.
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$10.00 per injector. At this time I can only refit and pop test AAZ (VW two stage) injectors. Stock Mercedes pop and balance still OK.
Can you elaborate?

It's not possible to pop and balance the new M/B nozzles???
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Old 03-27-2008, 01:56 PM
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Can you elaborate?

It's not possible to pop and balance the new M/B nozzles???
DIYers who modify (IC, dialed up pump, larger turbo) want to be able to deliver more fuel. Some will use Volkswagen injectors with SD 265 nozzles. They have a two spring/two stage design that is not easily tested. I can test for the opening/ pop pressure but can't tell you which spring is moving or when the other opens. Also, shims for them are proving difficult to get.

KCA type (most of what we have) are the ones I can do fairly quickly.
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